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Keeping patients safe

March 3, 2015 National Patient Safety Awareness Week is officially next week, but it’s never seemingly too early to inform hospital employees and members of the public about safety. more »»

Council rejects ban on backyard weapons

March 3, 2015 Deciding it was “over the top,” the Minot City Council abandoned the idea Monday of an ordinance prohibiting the use of BB guns, bows and arrows and other projectiles in city limits. more »»

School lunch guidelines might be changing

March 3, 2015 New school lunch guidelines would be welcome in the Minot Public Schools, said food services director Ivy Thorson. Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D. more »»

Air Force secretary says sequestration needs to be lifted

March 3, 2015 Secretary of the Air Force Deborah Lee James says she’s worried about sequestration because many Air Force programs would be impacted. more »»

Ceremony honors POWs-MIAs

March 3, 2015 Submitted Photos A B-52 Stratofortress from the 69th Bomb Squadron at Minot Air Force Base flies over the Air Force Memorial during a wreath-laying ceremony, hosted by Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. more »»

Lower average temp in February

March 3, 2015 The average monthly temperatures have been going up and down during the past two months. “This past month of February we had an average temperature of 6. more »»

Magicians receive police escort to pep rally

March 2, 2015 It started at Maysa Arena in December with a shootout loss. It ended there Sunday afternoon with a police escort. more »»

Students gain insight into health care

March 2, 2015 Future health-care providers are receiving valuable training in Minot before they’re even out of high school. more »»

Four accused of fraud scheme at State Fairgrounds

March 2, 2015 Four men who were arrested in an alleged fraud scheme that took place at Minot’s All Season Arena will be in court March 9. more »»

Minot High wins first state title in boys hockey since 1992

March 1, 2015 FARGO — Minot High’s boys hockey co-coaches Jason Bennett and John Grubb know how dangerous their team can be. Combine that potential with an early lead? Look out. more »»

Holding garage sale to help the zoo

March 1, 2015 By TENDAR TSERING Staff Writer ttsering@minotdailynews.com Roosevelt Park Zoo held a “Wild Garage Sale” Saturday to raise money for the zoo’s medical progra. more »»

PJs for a purpose

March 1, 2015 Get those pajamas ready! United Community Bank of N.D. is hosting a pajama party for kids of all ages at its Minot location, 925 20th Ave. SW, at 10 a.m. more »»

Satisfied at crossover

March 1, 2015 With half the legislative session behind them, Minot’s Republican delegation is generally pleased with where things stand as bills cross over to the other house. more »»

Minot family starts Knockerball N.D.

March 1, 2015 A Minot family has started Knockerball North Dakota by organizing an introductory Knockerball game at the ASK Fitness Center here in the Magic City. more »»

Vietnam War commemoration

March 1, 2015 MINOT AIR FORCE BASE – A B-52 bomber and crew from Minot Air Force Base will help honor prisoners of war and those missing in action during the Vietnam War when they make a flyover at the Air Force... more »»

MSU professor to present ‘Minot’s Sacred Geography’ Monday

March 1, 2015 Jacob Sowers, assistant professor of geography and geography program coordinator at Minot State University, will present, ‘Minot’s Sacred Geography,’ as part of the Northwest Art Center Lecture... more »»

Firefighting school

February 28, 2015 Amidst glistening firetrucks, firemen rappelling from overhead beams and an assortment of vendors featuring a wide variety of firefighting apparatus, the 61st Annual State Fire School got under way... more »»

Graduation at Job Corps

February 28, 2015 Superintendent of Public Instruction Kirsten Baesler spoke of the value of making mistakes during her keynote address at the Burdick Job Corps Center winter graduation ceremony Friday. more »»

State law says public notice needs to be given for meetings

February 28, 2015 McGREGOR – The Lindahl Township Board of Supervisors violated the state’s open meeting law in December by holding a meeting without public notice, according to an opinion issued by state Attorney... more »»

Minimal runoff expected on Souris

February 28, 2015 Information received by the International Souris River Board at their meeting in Winnipeg, Manitoba, on Thursday is that spring flows in the Souris River Basin this year will be much less than... more »»

 
 
 

 

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